Homemade English Muffin Bread

As one of my do-it-yourself projects for 2012, I planned to make English Muffins. However, after some blog commentors suggested I try English Muffin Bread instead, I checked it out and it looked much, much easier to make.

I’m so glad I tried the recipe. It’s a winner. So easy to make, so frugal, and so good.

My husband isn’t a huge bread person, but he absolutely adores this bread. He has raved about it repeatedly and is often asking me if we can have it with dinner — or he’s just getting some slices out from the freezer and making them for himself!

Speaking of which, this bread freezes beautifully! I made the loaves and sliced them, packaged them in freezer bags, and froze them. Then, we just take out however many slices we want at a time

Next time, I want to try making this with at least half whole-wheat flour to see how it turns out. Has anyone tried that before?

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  1. Jessica says

    This was so easy and turned out well. I think next time I will add cinnamon and raisins just because that is my favorite type of english muffin.

  2. says

    Hi !!!

    I just wanted to thank you for your English Muffin recipe..I have my sister’s recipe..Almost like yours..Don’t forget a bacon & egg sandwich in the a.m. b4 you go to work..Thank you again . &&&& your favourite beverage .

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